Originally Posted by feffertim
You can make these in 5 minutes, or less if you chain piece. Great way to use up your scraps.
cut main fabric 6 1/2 x 5 1/2, lining 7 1/2 x 5 1/2
you need two pieces of fabric, one main piece and one for the lining
sew 1/4 inch seam along both ends of the 5 1/2 sides, right sides together
turn right sides out and press so that
Originally Posted by gcathie
ready to quilt
Originally Posted by captlynhall
I always choose a fabric that will coordinate somehow with the pieced front, so that my quilts are really two sided. I also make three panels on the back, with the outside two smaller than the middle so that folding won't stress the seams. But I would love to find really nice backing fabrics in one piece. It is so hard for me to handle big pieces of fabric and have to sew long seams. I will check out some of the suggested places to find wide fabrics. Thanks for the information.
Originally Posted by mtngrl
Paper Pieced, Beaded and machine quilted. A fun project.
I just returned home from quilt club this morning - we had a theme "something always on the table for Thanksgiving" and were to bring an item for show and tell; I brought grandma's hardanger table topper that sits on a solid tablecloth that way design is easier to see - I also brought along my gravy ladle as it is the one thing that always makes it to the thanksgiving table. Many girls brougt knick knacks that they set out - we don't do a lot of that any more.
Next month are
I'm new on here, as of today! I love quilting and recently, I've been interested in learning more about Texas quilts and their makers. My mother passed away in April and we took her "home" to Roxton, Texas for burial. Her mother quilted a lot from about 1905-1955 in that area. I'm not sure this is possible, but how do I trace any quilts that she made?
When she passed away in 1960 in Roxton, all of her quilts and many of her personal home items were taken by
Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
This is a tutorial on how to make 8 half square triangles (HST) at a time. What’s nice with this method vs the 4 at a time is that on this, the bias is where it’s supposed to be and your final edges are on the straight of grain (since that has messed me up with the 4 at a time method where you sew on the straight of grain and end up with bias edges).
Math: I started with 5” squares and my HSTs were each slightly over 2” (They will ultimately finish at 1.5” in the quilt). You will lose
here is my quilt
I've been working on this quilt most of the year and am so pleased it's finished. Just had to share it.
Originally Posted by BeckySt
I quilted this quilt for client who is donating it to Festival of Trees. The last picture is of the back. I love this fabric and quilt, I freehanded feathers, swirls, and a stipple in the center. Thanks for looking.